Midland Arts, Entertainment, Movies, Nightlife & Events — ourmidland.comby email@example.com Skip to main content Turn off refresh It’s not unusual for Sean Williams to have a lit cigar clenched in his teeth, even as he’s in the process of rolling a fresh one. Such was the scene on a recent Saturday night in Santa Barbara, as he hand-rolled stogies for those gathered at the… By Caitlin White For most Americans, a visit to Oceania is a serious undertaking. As in, I tell people I traveled from L.A. to both New Zealand and Australia this year — separately — and they cringe or exclaim. Not only is the flight a whopping 15+ hour endeavor… By Caitlin White My first trip to Barcelona, at the age of 18, was a revelation. It was the summer after my freshman year in college, and even though I was living in the East Village in New York City, Barcelona showed me a glimpse of something I hadn’t yet found…. By Jake Emen I’ve been praying to the Airbus and Boeing gods for more overhead storage space for years now, to no avail. Just last week on a flight home from Scotland, largely due to my commitment to the aisle seat, I got stuck in the last row of the aircraft,… By Lindsay Rogers The big brown bear ambled up the makeshift trail, seemingly making a beeline for our group. Topping 600 pounds, he was one of the largest bears we’d seen in our few days in Lake Clark National Park. Johnny Haws, our guide for this afternoon… By Robert Annis Every night at Valhalla, a restaurant with a $188 tasting menu located on the mezzanine of a crowded food hall in Chicago’s West Loop, Tatum Sinclair prepares infinite desserts. Infinite as in unlimited—all you can eat—desserts.Unlike the… By Paul Hagopian September is a period of transition, and the month’s most popular recipes surely reflect that. Summery dishes—like Botanica’s Tomato Tonnato—sit alongside cozy, fall-ready meals, like Mandy Lee’s Korean Rice Cake “Lasagna,” or Chicken-Fried… By Anabelle Doliner As home cooks, we at Food52 think a lot about grocery shopping—which types of produce we’re gravitating towards, what ingredients we’re willing to splurge on, and (perhaps most importantly) which pantry staples we lean on each and every day. The… By Anabelle Doliner Rosh Hashanah—the Jewish New Year—is one of the most important holidays on the Jewish calendar. Beginning this year on September 15 at sundown and lasting until nightfall on September 18, it’s a time to reflect, welcome the new year, and (of… By Anabelle Doliner It’s a few hours, maybe a day or two at most after Turkey Day, and you’re hungry for Thanksgiving leftovers. Or maybe you’re not hungry but you’re craving pumpkin pie. And turkey. And a side dish or two such as mashed potatoes and stuffing and… By Riddley Gemperlein-Schirm Source link Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.